News & Notes
On cable tonight, BBC America has the first season finale of The Spies of Warsaw, Nat Geo Wild has the third season premiere of World’s Weirdest, Syfy has the series premiere of Deep South Paranormal, TLC has the fourth season finale of Hoarding: Buried Alive, and Travel Channel has the second season premiere of Toy Hunter.
The Middle (NBC): New. Frankie isn’t sure what to say about herself during an interview. Brick becomes a Prairie Scout.
Suburgatory (ABC): New. Tessa is helping Ryan choose a college. George wants Dallas to move in with him.
Modern Family (ABC): New. Phil is having more trouble that he expected selling Cam and Claire’s flipped house. Runs 31 minutes.
Psych (USA Network): New. The gang has to deal with a mob boss while attending a wedding at a casino resort. Plays again later.
Arrow (The CW): Repeat. The “Dodger” episode from earlier this season replays, where a jewel thief is targeting someone close to Oliver.
Criminal Minds (CBS): New. A gruesome discovery is made when a small town in Colorado’s 25 year old time capsule is opened.
The Americans (FX): New. Stan is on the trail of one of Gregory’s crew. Runs 63 minutes. Plays twice and again later.
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS): New. Russell tries to connect with a young girl who was the only witness to the crime they are investigating.
- Hannibal (NBC): Repeat. The series premiere episode, “Aperitif,” from last Thursday replays. Worth checking out if you missed it.
- Nashville (ABC): New. Rayna has to head back to Nashville to deal with a personal crisis and miss a sold out show in New York. Gunnar wants to celebrate Scarlett’s success.
- Southland (TNT): New. Cooper and Lucero are being held hostage. Plays again later.
- ESPN has the Masters Par 3 Contest today and later has doubleheader NBA action tonight.
- ESPN2 has MLB action on Wednesday Night Baseball with the New York Yankees at the Cleveland Indians.
- Cougar Town (TBS): Repeat. Last night’s fourth season finale episode, “Have Love Will Travel,” replays.
- Vikings (History): Repeat. This past Sunday’s episode, “Burial of the Dead,” replays.
Wednesday TV Marathons
Doctor Who (BBC America): Five episodes.
Eve (TV One): Has 12 episodes early.
NCIS (USA Network): Nine episodes.